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The Link Between the Arts, Health and Wellness

In Featured, Mental Health Resources, News by Beth Storch

Nutrition and exercise seem to be the buzz words for being healthy and maintaining mental wellness. Other advice includes having a good sleep routine, practicing relaxation, and having a good social network.  Are you looking for something else to add to your toolbox? Why not try the arts? The Arts, Health and Wellness The link between the arts and health …

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Free Tax Preparation Services

In Blog, Featured, News, Tax Resources by eri

Have you finished preparing your taxes yet?  If you’re like a lot of people, you might have waited until now… and may be wondering where you can get some help completing them in time for the April 15th deadline. We have good news!  You may be able to get free help to prepare your taxes. My Free Taxes My Free …

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Job Search Tip #4: Tapping Into Your Personal and Professional Networks

In Featured, Job Search Tips, Resources by Jon Grobstick

Check out our other job search tips videos! My advice is to tap into your personal and professional networks. It’s easy to feel a little lost in today’s job market but networking really can make all the difference. Having a direct connection to people working in your field can expose you to hidden job openings before they’re even posted. Those …

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AT&T Offers Low-Cost Home Internet Service to Qualifying Households

In Blog, Featured, Financial Resources, Resources by Beth Storch

If you’re eligible for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits you may also be eligible for low-cost internet service from AT&T. Access from AT&T provides low-cost home internet service to qualifying households. To qualify you must: Live in a household in which at least one resident participates in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) program. SNAP is a Federal program …

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Job Search Tip #2: Writing a Great Cover Letter

In Featured, Job Search Tips, Resources by Jon Grobstick

Check out our other job search tips videos! My advice is to always submit a cover letter with your resume. It’s an extra step that employers do notice and it can set you apart from other applicants. Some hiring managers will look at cover letters first before they decide whose resume they should review more closely. A cover letter should …

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Job Search Tip #1: Look Beyond the Job Title

In Job Search Tips, Resources by Theresa Kulow

Check out our other job search tips videos! My advice is to look beyond the title that might be posted with a position to see what the qualifications are to apply for the job. For example, many companies use titles such as “Program Coordinator,” “Policy” or “Business Analyst,” or “Project Manager.”

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Braille and Emerging Technologies: Combining Forces

In Assistive Technology Articles, Assistive Technology Resources, Blog, Featured, News by Anna Gouker

There are 1.3 million people who are legally blind in the U.S., and the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 285 million people worldwide are visually impaired — 39 million of them are blind, and the remaining 246 million have low vision. Historically, people with blindness or visual impairments have been limited to using braille to read.  But just as digital books have changed …